Part of the Biology and Space Exploration series. Episode 2 examines how present-day technology is used to seek evidence of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, SETI
Takes a look at the proposed NASA project designed to scan the entire sky, searching for signs of extraterrestrial life. Prominent researchers comment on the probability of success. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, SETI, extraterrestrial life
Describes the history and current research on the search for extaterrestrial intelligence. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, SETI, extraterrestrial life
Chalmer brings in special guest David Grinspoon, an astrobiologist currently with the Library of Congress, to help answer the question: are we alone in the universe? Can we travel or send messages to other planets? What might signs of extraterrestrial life look like? And is your world in equilibrium? The truth is still out there in this edition of Alternatives to Thought. Topics: Skepticism, aliens, SETI, astrobiology
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David Brin and George Dvorsky respond to Stephen Hawking's warning, in his Discovery channel special In The Universe, that we should avoid making aliens aware of our presence since they may destroy us. Also, what do Americans really think about "socialism" and "capitalism?" Topics: aliens, SETI, Brin, socialism, capitalism
The search for habitable planets outside the solar system has been aided by advanced detection methods. What are the prospects for finding life outside the solar system? On this program, James Kasting discussed how to find a habitable planet. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: science, astronomy, astrobiology, SETI, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The internet has become home to many new age organizations and movements. This program looks at several examples including astrology.net, itsyoga.com, the Berkeley Psychic Institute, the Covenant of the Goddess, reclaiming.org, and SETI@home. Shot on location at the Club I cybercafe in San Francisco. Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1999. Topics: witches, astrology, yoga, covenant, psychic, SETI
Rad Cooling, SETI and Augmented Reality Ian Woolf talks to Dr Angus Gentle about using the cold of space to cool your home, Marc West interviews Carol Oliver about SETI and Astrobiology, Ian Woolf talks with Augmented Reality pioneers Rob Manson and Chris Betcha, Presented by Marc West, Produced by Ian Woolf Topics: science, radiative cooling, SETI, astrobiology, augmented reality
Abstract: This video details the history and current efforts of NASA's Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence program. The video explains the use of radiotelescopes to monitor electromagnetic frequencies reaching the Earth, and the analysis of this data for patterns or signals that have no natural origin. The video presents an overview of Frank Drake's 1960 'Ozma' experiment, the current META experiment, and planned efforts incorporating an international Deep Space Network of radiotelescopes... Topic: astronomy seti eti astrobiology astrophysics physics exoplanets
- Explosiones de rayos gamma, en el camino de las dudas y las certezas: entrevista al Dr. Nicola Masetti por Alejandra SofÃa, de la Universidad de La Plata. - "Deberíamos copiar la complejidad y la sencillez del Universo": entrevista al Arq. César Portela. - La nueva aproximación a SETI: el famoso astrónomo y escritor David Darling nos ofrece su punto de vista sobre la aproximación científica a SETI. - Tomando temperaturas del Universo: ya está en funcionamiento la mayor... Topics: rayos, gamas, Nicola Masetti, complejidad, universo, Cesar, Portela, seti
Live SETI Subscriber Drive edition This is a live recording of Diffusion asking for listeners to kick in a few dollars to help support 2SER. Marc West discusses Gliese 581 and its prospects for life, and the text messages sent last year from Earth with Victoria Bond and Ian Woolf. Ian Woolf explains James Benford's way of rethinking the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence based on thinking about how an alien would build a beacon and what it would look like, 50 years after we started... Topics: science, diffusion, live, radiothon, subscriber, SETI, astronomy, alien, life
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Psalm 16:9 from the KLV - thinking about how we talk across the centuries over the meaning of scripture, just as we might talk across the stars with civilizations hundreds of years away. Topics: Klingon, Bible, Star Trek, Science Fiction, Astrobioliogy, SETI
We have acquired M ssbauer spectra for SNC meteorite EET79001 with a MIMOS II backscatter M ssbauer spectrometer  similar to those now operating on Mars as part of the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) missions. We are working to compare the Fe mineralogical composition of martian meteorites with in-situ measurements on Mars. Our samples were hand picked from the 1 mm size fraction of saw fines on the basis of lithology, color, and grain size (Table 1). The chips were individually analyzed at... Topics: BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, INTELLIGENCE, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, BLOOD, PROJECT SETI, UNIVERSE
En este roadcast me dedico a elucubrar sobre la búsqueda de vida inteligente, las pseudociencias y los conocimientos de sabiduría popular. Sí, todo junto :D Topics: SETI, Astronomía, Ciencia, Carl Sagan, Pseudociencias, Superchería, Superstición, Religión,...
On the first day of January 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi discovered an object which he first thought was a new comet. But after its orbit was better determined it was clear that it was not a comet but more like a small planet. Piazzi named it Ceres, after the Sicilian goddess of grain. Three other small bodies were discovered in the next few years (Pallas, Vesta, and Juno). By the end of the 19th century there were several hundred. Read more in...Asteroids A History Several hundred thousand asteroids... Topics: SETI, NASA, Space station, Shuttle, Astronomy, asteroid, comet, habitable planet, sun, stars, CNN
Drinking with Aliens The ordinary guy talks to Dr Ali Ford from Monash University , Australia about life in space, Patrick Rubie talks to Joe Duncan, co-owner of the Bowral Brewing Company and Pigs Fly Beer, and Graduate in Wine Science from Charles Sturt University , Australia about the science of beer and wine News by Patrick Rubie - Oldest DNA - Recreating light - Sneaky plant viruses Presented by Ian Woolf Produced by Patrick Rubie Topics: science, SETI, exobiology, astrobiology, alien, biology, space, beer, wine, DNA, fossil, light,...
Our friends in space Marc West discusses the discovery of a planet in the habitable zone of the Gliese system, and the messages sent there last year with Victoria Bond and Ian Woolf. Ian Woolf explains Project Argus from the SETI League, Ian Woolf discusses the rethinking of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence by James, Gregory and Dominic Benford in the journal of Astrophysics with Victoria Bond and Marc West News by Ian Woolf - Glucosamine placebos - New video of Moon landing... Topics: science, diffusion, SETI, extraterrestrial, search, extra-terrestrial, alien, astronomy, medicine,...
Interplanetary dust particles (IDPs) are among the most pristine and primitive extraterrestrial materials available for direct study. Most of the stratospheric particles selected for study from the JSC Curatorial Collection were chondritic in composition (major element abundances within a factor of two of chondritic meteorites) because this composition virtually ensures that the particle is from an extraterrestrial source. It is likely that some of the most interesting classes of IDP's have not... Topics: EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE, MICROWAVES, PROJECT SETI, SIGNAL DETECTION, SKY SURVEYS (ASTRONOMY),...